On Friday, Sameer Wankhede, the former Mumbai zonal director of the Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB), accused Gyaneshwar Singh, the deputy director of the organisation, of degrading him because of his caste during an investigation.
Gyaneshwar Singh allegedly utilised the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) against Sameer Wankhede to help Aryan Khan "get off the hook" in relation to the Cordelia cruise cocaine bust case, according to Sameer Wankhede.
The CBI called Sameer Wankhede, a member of a disadvantaged group, in for an interview on Thursday in relation to the alleged demand from Bollywood star Shah Rukh Khan for Rs 25 crore in exchange for not naming his son Aryan Khan in the narcotics bust case. Wankhede did not show up, nevertheless, for questioning.
According to Sameer Wankhede, the Mumbai Police, the National Commission for Scheduled Castes, and the Central Administrative Tribunal (CAT) treated him unfairly.
Wankhede and four other people were named in a first information report (FIR) filed by the CBI in the case of the cruise narcotics seizure. The Special Enquiry Team (SET) report, which was the basis for the FIR, was led by Gyaneshwar Singh.